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  • HAIR /MAKE UP / PHOTOGRAPHY www.amboars.com.au
    www.zelkonedic.com

    Zeljko Nedic is a photographer with an accomplished portfolio that ranges from highly-stylised fashion portraits to fetishism and period settings.

    Nedic co-owns and operates Ambo Ars, a vibrant hair and make-up salon in Newtown, Sydney, which is where his creativity as a stylist is honed.

    Born in former Yugoslavia, Nedic came to Australia in 2000.From 1996-2000, Nedic worked as a hair and make-up artist for a range of haute couture designers, including Versace and Vivienne Westwood. He also worked on Elite Models fashion shows and for various
    television networks.
    Today, Nedic shoots for a range of clients both in studio and on location. He has a keen eye for beauty and a talent for drawing out the individuality of his subjects.


    Born in 1979, Rebecca Anne Clarke began her career as a Hair Dresser from the age of 14 at a successful salon in the city of Sydney.
    During her developing years, Rebecca had developed a strong clientele, became a colour technician and was promoted to floor manager all by her third year in the trade.
    At the age of 23, Rebecca Clarke opened her first shop with her business partner and close friend, Zeljko Nedic. In 2003, "Ambo Ars" was born.
    Rebecca's business has run successfully and grown exceedingly annually due to her bold creativity, extensive colour knowledge expertise, mastery in colour matching extensions and her devotion and love for her work.
    Rebecca has worked with celebrities, models, magazines, fashion parades, fund raising events and events in general.
    Due to the commitment and dedication of Rebecca and Zeljko, Ambo Ars has reached gold status with world wide hair and cosmetic giant, L'OREAL, who have propositioned Ambo Ars to be on their exclusive colour and stylist salons.
    When asked the question " Why did you become a hairdresser?", Rebecca innocently replied, " Because when I was little, my mum used to cry when she left the hairdressers because of her hair and I wanted to fix it, and ever since those days, hair and colour have become an addiction".
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